This August we’re dedicating our blog to bringing you all the information you need to get your fall style prepped and in check! We’re starting off with a bang and showing you the best that fall styling has to offer and our favorite picks. This season we’re looking at the juxtaposition between a sleek, modern chic and a messy, boho-chic to create some stunning styles that will make heads turn!
Hair accessories are making a major comeback this season! Headbands are back in a big way, of all colors, the main staple being that they’re sleek in their presentation. We’re seeing a lot of leather inspiration in the headbands as well–keeping in line with the sleeker accessories we are seeing this season. Another change is that headbands are pulling hair away from the face, not just sitting over it.
The accessories are evolving into something more sleek, but the hair is not following suit. We are seeing a lot of texture and movement in the hair that we did in the spring. What is in right now is a messy, bedhead type of look, paired with a messy center part.
Can’t pull off a center part? No worries! Deep side parts are back in style as well, although the interpretations of that are a little less bedhead and a lot more clean–with the ends a little more disheveled of course. This season’s styling is all about pairing the messy with the clean.
Low ponytails are finally back in style after many seasons of seeing their cheerleader-esque counterparts dominate the runway. These low ponytails are great, especially on longer hair. Don’t fret if you love the look of a high ponytail, though. There’s still a lot of high top knots and buns that are being brought to new heights–sitting at the top of the head.
If you’re wondering how to get that messy, bedhead look, we have you covered. If you are starting off wet, Queen For a Day by Bed Head is a great product to use when air drying to get that messy, volume and enhanced texture. If you have more of a fine texture to your hair and are starting off dry, braiding the hair loosely and then going over the braid with a flat iron is one of our favorite techniques for getting that messy, textured look!
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